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  1. Good piece on my nomination(s). They seem like good lads esp Sinama Pongolle but despite the raw talent, they just didn’t cut it here. We reportedly trumped United and Arsenal in winning their signature which at the time was a fair effort. Or perhaps those clubs knew something we didn’t. https://scroll.in/field/853546/from-2001-u-17-world-cup-to-liverpool-the-story-of-florent-sinama-pongolle-and-anthony-le-tallec
  2. Distinctly remember this game, we battered a shit Sunderland and this backup goalkeeper played out of his skin, cue the Macho Man puns. Did the same a month later at the Stadium of Light too. Highlight of his career no doubt. https://www.skysports.com/football/news/11669/2250290/reds-frustrated-by-macho-man
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    The 30 Year Wait

    This will be my first. I was 10 when we last won and growing up in a country (Australia) where Football (call it soccer here) was classed as a second class sport so it took a bit of time to develop an interest especially as coverage was minimal (pre internet/ no pay TV etc). USA 94 was when I really began to engage with Football, and not after (95/96) became a fully fledged Reds fan. Went through some tough years in the late 90s but there was just a connection, and the love for the club has grown from there. There have been triumphs and heartbreaks thought that time (with plenty of bleary eyed mornings watching the team) but I wouldn’t have it any other way. Even though I live many thousands of miles away, in many ways I have never felt closer to the team than now. Such a loveable group of individuals led by Jurgen and Hendo but then you’ve got Robbo (personal fav), Virg and the front three etc...... It will be the true culmination of a great journey to get to this point but I am positive it is not the ending either.
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    Keir Starmer

    Speculation is that he is more central. Replacement for Lallana perhaps?
  5. Cooking with Brendan. He will be in his element.
  6. It’s interesting because in Australia where I am they are playing Aussie Rules, Rugby League A-League, while Horse Racing is being run. Think we are the only place in the world where live sport is taking placeat this time. There is no one in attendance bar match officials and some media. Just like the PL, the AFL have said that there is no end-date if there is an outbreak and the season could stretch out to December. There is a big debate about whether it should be going on at all and I understand the argument that people need some joy in their lives at this time, it just doesn’t feel right. We are nowhere near the Europe/China levels at this time, but on the flip side the peak is due to hit here around May just in time for the Winter season. Some parts of the country esp the northern climate haven’t been hit as hard as there is a thought the virus doesn’t thrive in warmer weather. So fingers crossed that is the case and we can lift the much deserved Number 19 sometime in June or July.
  7. This story has more twists and turns than last season’s title race but this is a slightly worrying development, https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-8115083/Top-clubs-anticipate-seismic-financial-hit-Premier-League-consider-abandoning-season.html
  8. I was nine. Living in Australia in the pre-internet and satellite era it was really hard to get a real connection for the game. Basically we were fed scraps like the BBC World Service, the odd newspaper clipping and a weekly highlight show and that’s it. Italia 90 was the moment I developed a real interest for the game and the 92 Cup Final was the first time I watched the Reds live on TV. and by the mid 90s I was a fully fledged Red. Just can’t wait for the moment to see Hendo raise the trophy, it will definitely be a emotional moment,
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    Virgil Van Dijk

    Yeah seems like a false report. https://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/latest-virgil-van-dijks-new-16883321.amp?__twitter_impression=true
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    Virgil Van Dijk

    Seems a speculative report with no firm quotes attached but promising nonetheless. https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/virgil-van-dijk-agrees-new-19847000
  11. Robbie played in the A-League for North Queensland and Perth Glory so he knows the landscape pretty well and will have that as a plus over someone like Markus who came here fresh and whose team has struggled this season. Not sure if Robbie sees it as a stepping stone to future management appointments or if he is just coming for lifestyle reason. One thing I will say is that it is what the league needed as it has diminished in interest.
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    A view to the future - Herbie Kane

    Second good piece in a couple of days about one of our loanees. Big day for Herbie and hope he can shine on the big stage against Palace. https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/meet-herbie-kane-liverpool-loanee-14007934
  13. Good piece about Harry and what his future goals are. Jurgen in constant contact too which is a good sign. https://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/harry-wilsons-latest-declaration-delight-14004729
  14. The club are saying it is a permanent deal, different to the wording in the Fulham press release. Virtually saying piss off and never come back. https://www.liverpoolfc.com/news/first-team/336283-lazar-markovic-completes-permanent-move-to-fulham
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    A view to the future - Ovie Ejaria

    Ovie is heading to Reading on loan until the end of the season. Hope he is more settled there than he was in Glasgow. https://www.skysports.com/football/news/11669/11601086/liverpool-midfielder-ovie-ejaria-joins-reading-on-loan-until-end-of-season